personification of the phoenix rising.. he essentially rose from flames and recovered to again win championship. despite all odds. excellent example of overcoming that which has been endured. r i p niki lauda….
Hi Zee, was reading your posts regarding the bilge water in the fuel. I have a CT41 BTW. There is no way for bilge water to get into a fuel tank unless the bilge water level is higher than the fuel level in the tank. The leak would go both ways, you would have diesel in the bilge when you get fuel. The most likely point of entry for the water is the deck fill cap whick is probably missing an o-ring and letting water on the deck leak into the fuel tank. If the tanks aren’t leaking fuel into the bilge they don’t leak and you will still have the same issue even with brand new tanks. I noticed water collecting around my fill cap from a Genoa sheet laying on the deck making a small dam. Drain the tanks and vac the bottom and dry with rags. Let the fuel sit in cans for a day or two then pour the fuel off leaving the water at the bottom of the can. Put an o-ring on the caps.
turned out to be the ingress via fail o ring and need for rebedding the fill… now is good…. thankyou